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D-Link launches DAP-1325, a N300 Wi-Fi range extender

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jan 5, 2018, 1:07 pm IST
Updated Jan 5, 2018, 1:07 pm IST
The N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender includes a built-in setup wizard that lets users configure it both wired and wirelessly with a mobile device.
Alternatively with one-touch configuration function users have to push the WPS push-button on the DAP-1325 and switch on the router or AP one wants to extend. While DAP-1325 will automatically configure itself.
 Alternatively with one-touch configuration function users have to push the WPS push-button on the DAP-1325 and switch on the router or AP one wants to extend. While DAP-1325 will automatically configure itself.

D-Link has announced the DAP-1325, an N300 Wi-Fi range extender. DAP-1325 is a portable plug-in repeater that lets one extend an existing wireless network. Place it anywhere in the home to extend the range of wireless network. Supporting Wireless N, N300 Wi-Fi range extender claims to offer connection speeds of up to 300 Mbps, while still compatible with existing wireless devices.

Setting up the N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender is a 3 step process. The QRS Mobile app on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, or Android mobile device can be used to set up the DAP-1325 without needing a computer.

 

Once the app is downloaded, connect to the default Wi-Fi network of DAP-1325 with the SSID and password mentioned on the device and then get started. Follow simple instructions on the app, and extend your Wi-Fi within a matter of few seconds.

The N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender includes a built-in setup wizard that lets users configure it both wired and wirelessly with a PC or mobile device. Alternatively with one-touch configuration function users have to push the WPS push-button on the DAP-1325 and switch on the router or AP one wants to extend. While DAP-1325 will automatically configure itself.

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